Frontal theta reveals further information about neural valence-dependent processing of augmented feedback in extensive motor practice
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Description: A deeper understanding of cognitive mechanisms underlying feedback processing in motor learning may help to design optimal feedback interventions. Therefore, this study examines frontal neural correlates of augmented feedback processing during extensive practice of a motor task. As a result, especially the evaluation of frontal theta-band activity and its relation to frontal event-related potentials provided additional information about neural feedback processing.